To celebrate the International Day of Democracy 2020 (15 September) explore our curated collection of Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law articles, Oxford Constitutions of the World articles, and book chapters covering key issues, jurisdictional perspectives and the essential terminology of Democracy. All content is free to read until 15 December 2020.
Content from Oxford Scholarship Online and Oxford Constitutions of the World
Will Democracy Die in Darkness?: Calling Autocracy by Its Name
Can the Internet Survive Democracy?
Democracy under Surveillance
Anti-Constitutional Populist Backsliding
The Institutional Architecture of Progressive Democracy
The Fragile Basis of Democracy and Development, 4.1 The Anatomy of the Arab Spring (2011–2015)
Content taken from Oxford Constitutions of the World
Is Constitutional Law Really Law?
Constituting Democracy: Elections
Rights: Political Participation
Political Institutions in Canada in a New Era
Maldives: The State of Liberal Democracy
Content taken from the Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law
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Constitutionalism under Stress